HOUSTON — A frontal boundary moving in overnight will bring thunderstorms to the Houston area with the possibility of severe weather for the communities north of the metro area, according to KHOU 11 Meteorologist Mario Gomez.
There will be some light rain overnight, but the heavier storms will move in during the rush hour Monday morning. There is about a 60 percent chance for rain.
The thunderstorms are expected to linger around the metro area could be an issue during the lunch rush hour.
The worst of the storms will remain north of the metro area with wind gusts of up to 20 mph.
After the front moves through, expect cooler days ahead for us over the next few days.
We could see highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s for the first half of the work week.
Rain returns to the forecast by the start of next weekend.
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